It’s Time for CEDIA Expo 2020! This time the show has gone entirely online as CEDIA Expo Virtual September 15-17. Even in this virtual setting, we endeavor to bring you what’s going on at the show. We talk to Crestron’s Vice President of Residential John Clancy about what they’ve got going on at their virtual booth. We discuss the advancements of Crestron Home, as well as their own Crestron Next event going on.
Crestron’s virtual booth can be found here.
Find out more of our coverage of CEDIA Expo Virtual by clicking right here.
In 1989, CEDIA was founded by a group of professionals dedicated to innovating the then-fledgling Audiovisual industry. It has since grown from being considered a hobby to one of the largest industries for manufacturers, distributors and integrators on both the commercial and residential side. What started as a show in Amelia Island, FL hosting 500 attendees has become one of the premier venues for showcasing up-and-coming technology for our industry. CEDIA Expo 2020 was scheduled to take place in person in Denver, CO on September 8-12. Since then the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many events including CEDIA to be postponed or cancelled. Instead, CEDIA has worked to bring the show’s experience online as part of CEDIA Expo Virtual taking place September 15-17.
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